Busy work for early finishers -- Easy enough to leave for subs to do -- Calming exercise
Students use math and problem solving skills to gain a better understanding of pattern and repetition in both music and art by filling in original zen drawing and coloring pages.
Includes worksheets and finished examples for K-1st graders, versions for 2nd-3rd, and a higher challenge for 4th graders and up (grown ups like them too)
Reinforce students knowledge of musical notes by having them fill in worksheet spaces with patterns of musical notes and color. Create fabulous bulletin board artwork.
Put on calm repetitive music such as Pachabel Canon in D so students may experience the zen feeling they get when using repeating pattern. Tie in art history by showing students artwork by Wassily Kandinsky, Composer and Abstract Artist.
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xo Alicia (aka ArtMama)